The Rutgers University online literary journal, Cooper Street, launched its second issue on Thursday, January 29th.  The issue contains six fiction pieces, five poems, four “postcards,” which are non-fiction narratives about locales as diverse as Amsterdam, Montreal, Detroit, and Fairbanks, Alaska; and an interview with the writer Elizabeth Mikesch, author of Niceties: Aural Ardor, Pardon Me.  “We’re thrilled to showcase voices that makes us proud to have chosen them,” says Greg Sullivan, the journal’s founder and editor.  “Not only are we glad to have strong local writing, but also top-notch writing from all over the world.”